On January 3, 2019, the Chinese spacecraft Chang'e-4 safely landed on the bottom of the crater Pocket. After 4 weeks (January 30, 2019), when the LRO orbiter approached the crater from the east, it turned 70 degrees to the west to fix this amazing view.
Since the LRO is located 330 km east of the landing site, the module Chang'e-4 covers only about 2 pixels wide (a bright spot between the two arrows), and a small moon rover has not yet been found.
The large mountain range in the background is the western wall of the crater Pocket, rising 3000 m above the floor.
The area around the landing pad is doubled relative to its own pixel scale. The bright spot between the arrows is the landing pad. A large crater in the center occupies about 440 m in diameter